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Simon MacCorkindale

Simon MacCorkindale 1952 – 2010 made his West End debut in a production of Pygmalion which led to Simon being cast in various popular TV series including Dynasty, Hart to Hartand The Dukes of Hazard, before securing the lead role of Jonathan Chase in the hit television series Manimal. Soon after Simon joined the all-star cast of Falcon Crestplaying Jayne Wyman’s powerfully dynamic lawyer. Theatre projects followed, those he directed and starred in winning critical acclaim for his direction of Henry Ibsen’s A Dolls House and Sleuth starring Douglas Fairbanks Jr. His wife Susan produced his one-man show “The importance of being Oscar” at the West Side theatre in Westwood California, where he stunned audiences with his portrayal of the important man himself, Oscar Wilde. Simon returned to British television, when he joined the cast of the BBC medical drama Casualty as the playing the unforgettable charismatic Dr Harry Harper in 2002. In 2005, Simon was diagnosed with cancer but returned to the stage in 2009 for what was to be his last role in the West End production of The Sound of Music

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